Many Faces Of Santana / Various - Many Faces Of Santana / Various [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Giants - Fried Neckbones and Home Fries (FT. Doug Rauch, Greg Rollie, Herbie Hancock ; Lee Oskar)
2. Betty Davis - Walking Up the Road (FT. Doug Rauch, Neal Schon) (Produced By Greg Errico)
3. Sly ; the Family Stone - Family Affair (FT. Greg Errico)
4. Herbie Hancock - Kamili
5. Babatunde Olatunji - Jin-Gi-Lo-Ba
6. Jerry Butler - I'm the One
7. Paul Butterfield - Everything's Gonna Be Alright
8. Karen Souza - My Foolish Heart (FT. Alan Pasqua)
9. Santana - Soul Sacrifice
10. Santana - Jingo
11. Santana - Persuasion
12. Santana - Evil Ways
13. Santana - Acapulco Sunrise
14. Santana - As the Years Go By
15. Santana - Coconut Grove
16. Santana - Shades of Time

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In the late 1960s, when acid rock reigned and the British Invasion was still raging, Carlos Santana and his band introduced a Latin-based rock sound featuring an Afro-Cuban beat. Carlos Santana was a fourth-generation musician and the son of a violinist who played mariachi music. His father tried for many years to teach him violin, but at age eight, Santana discovered the guitar and started listening to the electric blues of B.B. King and John Lee Hooker and that was the end of it. During his long-lasting career, Carlos Santana's name has become synonymous with some of the most important genres of music today - jazz, Latin, salsa, blues and rock. In The Many Faces of Santana we will explore Santana's inner world, including it's members' side projects and alternative versions of many of his classics. With fantastic artwork and remastered sound, we welcome Santana as another essential addition to our The Many Faces collection in vinyl format. And remember that this album is not available on streaming platforms.